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    [SOLVED] Re: Eclipse won't save source folders to JAR

    I apologise it took me so long to respond. The message arrived at, like, 4 AM :)

    I tried the instructions given and they seem to work, though I won't say "perfectly." When saved as an archive,...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Eclipse won't save source folders to JAR

    Certainly. The main window looks like this:

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    Here I've marked PersonalTest (the project), all three folders (plus .settings) and a couple of files inside. You would think that "Export all...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Eclipse won't save source folders to JAR

    I don't have that option at all, likely because I'm using the wrong kind of export. In Ecplipse, the only way I could find to export anything is to right-click on a project and select Export. This...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Eclipse won't save source folders to JAR

    My layout looks like this:

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    Costumes, Interface and Main need to be separated, as I have Common in two of them.

    As to exporting a project, I don't know that Eclipse makes a distinction....
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    [SOLVED] Re: Eclipse won't save source folders to JAR

    I don't see this option when exporting. I'm using Eclipse 4.2.1, and it just doesn't offer me this anywhere during the export process. Is it an option I need to set somewhere else? Shamefully, I...
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    [SOLVED] Eclipse won't save source folders to JAR

    This is something which has been dogging me since I started using Eclipse: When I save my project to a non-runnable JAR, what ends up inside it isn't in the same folders structure as what I had in...
  7. [SOLVED] Re: Passing console parameters to fastaFromBed under Ubuntu

    Well, son of a gun! I always knew it would be something inane that was causing the problem, but I didn't think it would be THIS inane. I've been on the phone with a colleague of mine, brainstorming...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: Passing console parameters to fastaFromBed under Ubuntu

    Oh, damn! I didn't realise what code I'd posted. This is from when I tried to pass everything as a single string. I did try precisely what you suggested, and it threw p the exact same error. The code...
  9. [SOLVED] Passing console parameters to fastaFromBed under Ubuntu

    I'm running into a problem that I simply cannot wrap my head around. As part of my job, I need to run the fastaFromBed application of the "betdools" package, and that only works under Linux. We have...
  10. Re: Does the Scanner class use an internal buffer?

    Thank you. I suspected, but it's been a while since I've used precise terminology (I'm not actually a native English speaker) so I'm not sure if I was ever clear on this. I'll see about getting the...
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    Re: SIMPLE PROGRAMING PROBLEMS help!!

    Ah, yes, the semicolon after the if statement. Can't believe I didn't spot that. Yes, if you put a semicolon after an if statement, you end it there and the following code block executes because it's...
  12. [SOLVED] Re: Gotten easy code by proffessor that I don't understand, do you?

    Fair enough. Apologies for breaking the rules. I didn't think I said too much, but I defer to your judgement.
  13. Re: Does the Scanner class use an internal buffer?

    At the risk of revealing that I'm not entirely certain I know what a Java Development Kit is, I use Eclipse for code-writing purposes and that's about the extent of it. Beyond that, my only other...
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    Re: Creating a close button

    Fair enough. I'm not that familiar with Java's guts workings so I'm going by what I've been told by random people over the years. I don't remember what the stated problem was, basically.
  15. [SOLVED] Re: Gotten easy code by proffessor that I don't understand, do you?

    Why it took such mental gymnastics to do what shouldn't need to be this complicated, though, I don't know.
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    Re: New to programming and need some help

    Typically, when you're trying to indicate you have one item "to the power of" another, you use the ^ sign. Also, when you have only letters, it's useful to include * signs for multiplication. So,...
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    Re: SIMPLE PROGRAMING PROBLEMS help!!

    I don't get what the problem with the egg carton task is. It looks like it should work fine.

    As for your string of If statements, it looks like you're using a bad "and" operator. Java's logical...
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    Re: Please Help me with this

    Java's Swing is NOT easy to learn by yourself, and it's definitely not in the scope of being explained on a forum if you're not at least somewhat familiar with it. I'd say keep bugging your...
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    Re: Creating a close button

    I'm told that's not a good idea, as it simply pulls the main process without disposing of reserved resources, but I can't say whether this is the case or not.

    I do know I prefer to use dispose(),...
  20. Re: Does the Scanner class use an internal buffer?

    Yeah, I checked my Java folder, but all it has is JRE folders for Java 6 and 7 (I'm still using 6, by the way, legacy stuff). No JDK. As far as Windows 7 can be trusted, I ran a search just in case I...
  21. Re: Does the Scanner class use an internal buffer?

    I can't seem to find that on my system, I'm afraid. I checked the Java folder and the Eclipse folder but I can't find a source file. I'm sure it has to exist somewhere for my system to know what's in...
  22. Does the Scanner class use an internal buffer?

    This is actually a pretty simple question that I'm surprised I'm unable to find the answer to. Recently, I was advised to use a Scanner to read a large file in tokens, rather than using a...
  23. [SOLVED] Re: ArrayList memory bloat that I cannot comprehend

    I think I have all I need at this point, and I'm willing to call this problem solved. I know why the memory bloat was occurring and what I can do to prevent it. Thank you kindly, everybody :)
  24. [SOLVED] Re: ArrayList memory bloat that I cannot comprehend

    I don't need to zero data at all, and I intend to remove rows from both lists as I match them up. As a point of fact, I may not even need a third list. It should be simple enough to just update the...
  25. [SOLVED] Re: ArrayList memory bloat that I cannot comprehend

    It would normally be a pretty simple problem, but I'm trying to devise a software package that will work with a wider range of data than JUST the two files I'm given in case my project manager wants...
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